“Hello World! I’m working hard and having fun,” says Maurice Greene
The IAAF is delighted to welcome the World’s Fastest Man – Maurice Greene – as a regular On-line Diary contributor. Read, in his own words, what he thinks about red Ferraris, the French Riviera, working hard and a band called DMX … - [2.8.2002]
Kingston World Junior Championships the best of a decade
The curtain was drawn on the IAAF/Coca Cola World Junior Championships in Kingston today and for its first ever World Athletic Series held in Jamaica, the IAAF could not be more than happy with the results and technical level of the competition. - [21.7.2002]
US quartet strikes again
The tradition wants that the four relays be run on the final day of the competition. - [21.7.2002]
Final day is magic in Kingston
Rarely has any major athletics championships produced the incredible scenes witnessed tonight in Jamaica's National Stadium in Kingston when the host nation won the IAAF World Junior women's 4x100 metres gold medal. - [21.7.2002]
Only wind denies Tejeda of world record
he rhythm in the stands may have been of reggae, for the first final on the track it was a Cuban solo - [21.7.2002]
World Junior Record for Carolina Kluft
Carolina Kiluft smashed the 19 year old Junior woen's pentahlon World Record this evening in true champion's style. - [20.7.2002]
It’s Croatia’s day in Kingston
The timetable of the IAAF/Coca Cola World Juniors Championships was such that the women’s hammer throw and the women’s high jump contests were held virtually at the same time and on the same side of the field. - [20.7.2002]
"The future of track is here in Kingston" - Donovan Bailey
Former 100m Olympic champion and World record holder Donovan Bailey, who ran his last race in Edmonton a year ago, is already thinking about getting back into the sport. - [20.7.2002]
Thrilling 800m pleases all three medallists
The men’s 800m tonight, unlike the women’s 200m later in the evening, did not require the use of the photo finish equipment to determine the order of the medallists but the last 30 metres couldn’t have been more thrilling - [20.7.2002]
Van Zyl celebrates birthday with world gold 
South Africa’s Louis van Zyl ran an impressive 48.89 - a new personal best and Championships record - to win the 400m hurdles final. - [20.7.2002]
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